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CBEES

Graphic element for CBEES - the Centre for Baltic and East European StudiesThe Centre for Baltic and East European Studies (CBEES) is tasked with stimulating, coordinating and developing Södertörn University’s research and doctoral education. It has a particular focus on studies of the Baltic Sea region and Eastern Europe and conducts its own research.

Since it was founded in 2005, CBEES has become a strong and thriving multidisciplinary research environment. The centre is a hub for cooperation throughout the Baltic Sea region and Eastern Europe, organising international conferences, seminars and workshops. The researchers’ expertise is in demand both within academia and in public debate. Research in the area is reflected in the international Baltic Worlds journal.

Many international visiting researchers have passed through the centre of the years, and more than 70 doctoral students have studied at BEEGS, the Baltic and East European Graduate School.

What's on

CBEES organises a variety of seminars, conferences and workshops. Most of the events linked to research in the Baltic Sea region and eastern
Europe are presented in the university’s web-based calendar – please refer to
the calendar to the right of this page.
 

CBEES Newsletter

CBEES Newsletter is a great way of staying up to date with what’s happening at CBEES via e-mail. To subscribe, please email cbees@sh.se.
  

CBEES Annual Conference 2017

This year's topic is "Competing futures: From rupture to re-articulation." Please see the Call for papers for more details.
  

CBEES Advanced Seminars

CBEES’ series of higher seminars with multidisciplinary themes. Seminars are held every other Monday at 13:00-14:30, in CBEES’ premises at Södertörn University.
 

Conferences and Workshops

Every year, CBEES organises a large number of international conferences and
workshops. Read more by clicking the link "Upcoming Conferences and Workshops" to the right.
 

Baltic Worlds number 4, 2016Baltic Worlds

Baltic Worlds is a scholarly international journal with readers in 50 countries. Baltic World's area of interest covers the Baltic Sea region, Eastern Europe, the Post-Soviet countries including Caucasus and Balkan.

Download the latest issue of the journal and discover more at Baltic Worlds' website.

At the website you also find Baltic Worlds' Election Coverage with analysis of elections and referendums in over 20 countries